South Yarmouth site boasts alternate approach
By Jonathan Mayo
A newly constructed road will offer access to South Yarmouth's Flax Pond from White's Path. Previously Flax Pond's only entrance was from Old Main St. The new road is over 1/2 mile long and winds through previously unspoiled open space.
Above we see the end of the new road as it approaches Flax Pond. Construction hasn't been obvious from White's Path because the new road is an extension of an existing road, Dupont Ave.
The road has not yet been paved, and access is limited to work crews.
Antennae dominate the view at the entrance to the new road. It also crosses the old railroad tracks, providing access to Flax Pond from the proposed Rail Trail extension. Obvious CCRT parking options are also present at the site, where the town owns a great deal of land.
Below we see recent additions to the main building at Flax Pond.
Bass River sunrise
Monday morning at Wilbur Park, Bass River.
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